Reforming accreditation—rather than tinkering with student loans—is critical to lowering the cost of college.
The dynamic global economy is fueling an ever-increasing demand for skills and talent.
California’s tenure system was recently ruled unconstitutional after a group of students argued in court that it interfered with the government’s obligation to provide a quality education.
Research shows the arts and arts education prepare students for jobs in technology and design, adding to our nation’s economic vitality.
A study conducted by Bloomberg in 2012 shows that the cost of college has increased an astounding 1,120 percent since 1978.
Every child deserves a safe, welcoming and collaborative school that builds trusting relationships and critical thinking.
Only 12 percent of low-income high school graduates earn a four-year college degree.
Education is not only a moral imperative, it is a critical national security priority.
Student loan defaults cause tremendous harm to the national economy.
Many K-12 schools lack the technology infrastructure necessary to maximize the benefits of instruction.